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Kongeparken
Kongeparken, which is located in Ålgård, 30 minutes with car or bus from Stavanger is one of Norway’s largest and most popular theme parks. The name translates to the King’s Park in English and describes some of the themes. Her you can visit places like the Adventyre Forest and the Castle courtyard, but also farm related areas like Jærgården, Sætra and Gråtassland (named after a famous Norwegian TV character). Here are areas for children of all ages. For the smallest, the farm areas and Brumleby are the most popular. For more challenging rides like roller coasters, the drop tower, the waterfall and different fast going carousels, the Adventure Forest and Ebb and Flow as well as parts of Sætra are the most interesting areas. The part is located in a hillside and have more than 60 attractions includig a climb park with ziplines. It was in the beginning intended to be an action park with areas for sports like BMX cycling and roller skating, but was turned into a theme park by the owner of Norway’s largest travelling tivoli (Lunds Tivoli) who took over the park in 1997. Kongeparken is also known for its annual celebration for students ending their first 13 years at school by a large music festival with the best artist from Norway and DJs from all over the world (like Tiesto and Martin Garrix).
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Kongeparken
Kongeparken, which is located in Ålgård, 30 minutes with car or bus from Stavanger is one of Norway’s largest and most popular theme parks. The name translates to the King’s Park in English and describes some of the themes. Her you can visit places like the Adventyre Forest and the Castle courtyard, but also farm related areas like Jærgården, Sætra and Gråtassland (named after a famous Norwegian TV character). Here are areas for children of all ages. For the smallest, the farm areas and Brumleby are the most popular.
For more challenging rides like roller coasters, the drop tower, the waterfall and different fast going carousels, the Adventure Forest and Ebb and Flow as well as parts of Sætra are the most interesting areas. The part is located in a hillside and have more than 60 attractions includig a climb park with ziplines. It was in the beginning intended to be an action park with areas for sports like BMX cycling and roller skating, but was turned into a theme park by the owner of Norway’s largest travelling tivoli (Lunds Tivoli) who took over the park in 1997. Kongeparken is also known for its annual celebration for students ending their first 13 years at school by a large music festival with the best artist from Norway and DJs from all over the world (like Tiesto and Martin Garrix).
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